Cocktail Mixer for September:
The Elixir $11 / 9oz. bottle (makes 3 drinks)
Fresh grated ginger and lemon juices,
honey infusion & turmeric
On our OG cocktail menu this was known as Doctor’s Orders and made with Drambuie…You can do the same at home with this delicious cocktail mixer, or change up the hooch to suit your tastes. It’s also delicious without alcohol: made with hot water as a toddy, sparkling water as a tonic or
straight-up as a pick-me-up.
This will likely cure what ails you, and these days that says a lot. We all need a little elixir!
Spirits added to this that are especially tasty...whiskey, bourbon, scotch, vodka, dark rum or an añejo tequila....
+ a splash of seltzer
$11/9oz. bottle (makes 3 drinks)
All of the special drinks for the passport have been designed to be easy to prepare at home. While we prefer to shake our drinks, you don't need any fancy bar tools. A mason jar with some ice and a tight fighting lid will work well. If you prefer your beverages straight up, shake first and then strain into your favorite glass.
Our most delicious version of a mixer used a 3:2:2 ratio of the mixer to alcohol and sparkling water. You can certainly tweak this to your personal taste, and desired strength of drink. Replacing the quantity of alcohol with sparkling water worked well in order to create a non-alcoholic beverage. We don't recommend replacing the alcohol with something sweet like juice or soda, as the mixer is concentrated. Blending with ice could be a fun alternative or addition to the alcohol component.
Recipe makes 1 drink with enough for a top-off
Pour the following into a 16 oz. mason jar with two handfuls of ice:
3 oz. mixer (shake before pouring)
2-3 oz. spirits
Shake like crazy!
Pour into your favorite glass, ice and all (or strain for martini-style), and top with 1.5 oz. sparkling water. gently stir and enjoy.
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